Startup Origin Expands its Audience
The decentralized start-up Origin seeks to expand its audience, as well as attract investments for the compatible token sale. The press release, which was announced on Monday, set a target $6.6 million. In turn, CoinList Capital, registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), acted as an investment adviser and a platform for the release.
One of the leaders of Origin, Josh Fraser said:
"There's so many scammy projects out there, so anything you can do to set yourself apart is great… We're really excited for a chance to work with CoinList and to be able to be the recipient of a very anticipated sale."
In this case, only accredited investors will be able to buy Origin on the CoinList Capital platform. The project was able to collect more than $28 million for the sale of SAFT and $3 million in the previous round of token sale.
According to the representatives of the project, the main issue facing the team is the replacement of protocols with open source.
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"We're creating a platform for sharing economy type marketplaces ... looking at how you can build decentralized Uber, decentralized AirBNB – these marketplaces where we can use a blockchain to create peer-to-peer marketplaces rather than using giant corporations and monopolies."